Apparently Michael isn't getting paid for this, but it's nice to see the dude finally get a commercial. I'm just surprised that used car salesmen would risk their integrity doing a spot with a convicted felon. Those guys are usually beacons for righteousness and virtue.
On a side note, is there anything better than the plain, unofficial jerseys athletes are forced to wear in non-sanctioned advertisements? I wish I had a YouTube montage of them all. I would make it myself...but I have a day job. Get it done, Unemployed America!
h/t to Deadspin